She made news when interviewing women who accused President Donald Trump of inappropriate behavior and spoke with accusers of Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly, Roy Moore and others, as well as women who say they were harassed on Capitol Hill.
"The costume police are cracking down like never before", she said, ridiculing a college that suggested wearing a cowboy outfit was inadvisable.
Co-host Craig Melvin said, "She's a friend".
The article mentioned Kelly's "rocky run" at NBC since moving from Fox News and expounded on next week's programming. Kelly was wooed away from Fox News in 2017 by NBC, which is reportedly paying her almost $20 million a year. "Back when I was a kid that was OK, as long as you were dressing up as, like, a character."The discussion came about after Real Housewives of New Jersey star Luann de Lesseps received backlash for allegedly darkening her skin when dressing as Diana Ross last Halloween".
Kelly did not appear on the show Thursday morning, and the network said it would be airing reruns for the rest of the week. I think she's very good at what she does, and I absolutely believe that she will get a second chance from somebody. "To all my great colleagues, I will miss you and I will be rooting for you".
Megyn Kelly will likely be a free agent after her lawyer and NBC executives finalize an exit deal in the coming days.
"On 'The Kelly File, ' her Fox News show, the host said then-First Lady Michelle Obama's commencement address at Tuskegee University pandered to a 'culture of victimization'".
Adding to the support was Fox News" meteorologist Janice Dean also weighed in on Twitter, writing: "My friend Megyn Kelly is not a racist.
The network on Friday again aired a repeat of "Megyn Kelly Today" just as it did Thursday following this week's controversy over her comments about blackface. "But the original sin was that Kelly was hired by NBC at all". "She said something indefensible".
Kelly apologized for the comments on Wednesday's show. "She is one of the biggest advocates for women". She famously declared on air at the cable channel that both Santa and Jesus were white. Along the way, she struggled to find a consistent audience.